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-//​[[Coriolis]]//​ is another novel written by [[Straka]]. It is noted ((page 1)) as having ​themes of disorientation, with a character ​having ​a fictional illness called "​[[Eötvös Syndrome]]."​ Eric and Jen note that //​[[Coriolis]]//​ has several puzzles that can be solved with the [[Decoder Wheel]]. ​+//​[[Coriolis]]//​ is another novel written by [[Straka]]. It is noted ((page 1)) as containing ​themes of disorientationa character ​has a fictional illness called "​[[Eötvös Syndrome]]."​ Eric and Jen note that //​[[Coriolis]]//​ has several puzzles that can be solved with the [[Decoder Wheel]]. ​
  
 [[Eric]] points out ((page 17)) a potential relationship between [[sot/​Sola]] and a woman the narrator describes in the "fugue scene" in //​[[Coriolis]]//​. [[Eric]] points out ((page 17)) a potential relationship between [[sot/​Sola]] and a woman the narrator describes in the "fugue scene" in //​[[Coriolis]]//​.
  
-[[Eric]] also states ((189)) that this book would most likely fit into either a Fantasy or Scifi genre.+[[Eric]] also states ((189)) that this book would likely fit into either a Fantasy or Scifi genre.
  
 A character named Captain Erasmus discovers a Black Mountain which serves as an Axis Mundi in Book II of [[Coriolis]] ((page 279)). A character named Captain Erasmus discovers a Black Mountain which serves as an Axis Mundi in Book II of [[Coriolis]] ((page 279)).
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